Conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Zak Kyes
Exhibition Prosthetics by Joseph Grigely explores the artist’s use of language and images as a means of representation that further the reach of the real. Grigely uses the term ‘exhibition prosthetics’ to describe an array of these conventions, particularly (but not exclusively) in relation to exhibition practices. Exhibition Prosthetics is the first in the Bedford Press Editions series of artist’s books edited by Zak Kyes. The series will engage with publications as a primary medium of practice, enabling artists to explore the inherent constraints and possibilities of the printed document.
Author: Joseph Grigely
Size: 21 x 28,6 cm./ 8 x 11 in.
Pages: 64 pages
Publisher: AA Publications
ISBN: English 9781907414138
Distributed by: ACTAR D
Price: 13€ / $15 / £10